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Seeking London Leaders to tackle sustainability challenges »

Applications opened on 2 September 2013 for the 2013-14 cohort of the London Leaders programme, which aims to demonstrate the power of leadership and innovation in tackling sustainability challenges in cities such as London.

Eight new sustainability leaders for London »

Eight new London Leaders for 2012 have been selected by the London Sustainable Development Commission for their vision and ability to inspire others to lead greener and more socially responsible lives.

BASELondon: Opportunity in a low-carbon London »

22 June 2011, London: BASELondon will focus on the commercial opportunities of a sustainable London, bringing together City Hall, local government and the private sector to address London's low-carbon transformation.

New London Leaders for a better city »

The London Sustainable Development Commission (LSDC) has announced the latest group of 15 London Leaders, “15 ordinary Londoners with extraordinary vision”, to promote sustainable living.

Leading London to smarter procurement »

The GLA Group's use of responsible procurement to deliver long term value to London is highlighted in its 2010 progress report, while the Mayor’s Responsible Procurement Awards recognised the contributions of suppliers and staff.

Recognising responsible procurement in London »

The Mayor of London's Responsible Procurement Awards will recognise the contributions that suppliers and staff make in using procurement to deliver value for money and social and environmental benefits to London.

Fifteen new London Leaders for 2010 »

The London Sustainable Development Commission (LSDC) has announced 15 new London Leaders, coming from a diverse range of sectors, from sport and music to business and education.

New sustainability commissioners for London »

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has appointed nine new commissioners to the London Sustainable Development Commission. The commissioners come from both private and public sector organisations, and will advise the Mayor on making London an exemplary sustainable world city.